When Joe Biden isn’t speaking incoherently he is lying.Â
During a press conference at the NATO Summit, Joe Biden once again pushed the hoax that Trump praised Nazis at Charlottesville.
I made the commitment, when I ran this time, I wasnâ€™t going to run again, and I mean that sincerely, I had no intention of running for president again, until I saw those folks coming out of the fields in Virginia carrying torches and carrying Nazi banners, and literally singing the same vile rhyme they used in Germany in the early twenties, or thirties I should say, and then the gentleman you mentioned [Trump] was asked what he thought and a young woman was killed, a protester, and he was asked what he thought, he said there were â€œvery good peopleâ€â€˜ on both sides. And thatâ€™s when I decided I wasnâ€™t going to be quiet any longer.
As Breitbart News and others, notably cartoonist Scott Adams and political commentator Steve Cortes, have demonstrated for years, President Trump said he condemned the neo-Nazis â€œtotally.â€œ When Trump used the term â€œvery fine people,â€œ he was referring explicitly to peaceful protesters on either side of a dispute about the removal of a local confederate statue.
The transcript of Trumpâ€™s remarks is clear: he said that when he referred to â€œvery fine people,â€ he was talking about peaceful protesters, and â€œnot talking about the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally.â€
Trump also specifically condemned the murder of protester Heather Heyer, saying it was potentially â€œterrorism.â€
The Charlottesville â€œvery fine people hoaxâ€ was shattered in full public view last year when former President Trumpâ€™s defense lawyers exposed it as a fraud during Trumpâ€™s second impeachment trial.
The Palmieri Report is a Pro-America News Outlet founded by Jacob Palmieri. The Palmieri Report is dedicated to giving people the truth so that they can form their own informed political opinions.Â
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